Front Range Community College, or FRCC, announced today that it will use the summer to transition back to in-person learning this fall.
The fall semester of 2021 will be a return to "life before the pandemic," stated a news release. The college plans to offer almost all the courses in person. However, "Real-Time Remote and Online courses for those who prefer learning remotely," states Andy Dorsey, president of FRCC in the news release.
The transition to full capacity in-person learning will be done through a phased approach beginning this summer. The college will offer 40% of its summer classed on campus, which the remaining 60% staying remote.